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The Tracker

Director: Jeff Schechter

Cast: Casper Van Dien, Russell Wong, Francoise Robertson

 

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When lovely Kim Chang (Lexa Doig) is kidnapped in a bloody assault, disgraced private detective Connor Spears (Casper Van Dien) is enlisted by her brother Rick (Russell Wong) to rescue her from warring Russian and Chinese mobs. Connor, a former lover of Kim's, and Rick team up to crack the case, which proves useful as they both know martial arts and use their skills

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When lovely Kim Chang (Lexa Doig) is kidnapped in a bloody assault, disgraced private detective Connor Spears (Casper Van Dien) is enlisted by her brother Rick (Russell Wong) to rescue her from warring Russian and Chinese mobs. Connor, a former lover of Kim's, and Rick team up to crack the case, which proves useful as they both know martial arts and use their skills to save each other quite frequently. But with both the Russians and the Chinese coming after them -- not to mention Connor's nemesis on the police force (Alan Fawcett) trying to even an old score -- the two have their hands full. Thankfully, a feisty cabbie (Françoise Robertson) is available to rescue them.

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B-movie fans know what they're in for when they unspool a Casper Van Dien direct-to-video feature. Like The Time Shifters and Python and who knows how many others, you can bet that there's enough money spent to make it look good, even if the story and dialogue serve no greater purpose than to hold together the great-looking action scenes. And so it is with The Tracker, which has the earmarks of being a failed effort at creating an ongoing franchise for the chiseled-chin golden boy. There's nothing in this competent actioner to put off genre fans, but there's little to put it over the top for general audiences. Van Dien and Russell Wong have several hard-hitting scenes of chop socky (in range-limiting business suits) and there is gunplay aplenty, but their chemistry -- Van Dien's eager-beaverness, Wong's hesitant aloofness -- doesn't ignite the screen. The best aspect of the film is the nifty twist at the finale, which others may see coming but had us fooled. Françoise Robertson provides sexy comic relief as an action-starved cabbie.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/09/2001
UPC:
0804868409223
Original Release:
2001
Rating:
R
Source:
Spartan
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital]
Time:
1:33:00

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Side #1 -- Widescreen Version
0. Scene Selection
1. Surprises [:05]
2. Connor [10:35]
3. Investigations [8:08]
4. Teamwork [10:05]
5. Daniel Malakov [11:25]
6. Jake [7:23]
7. The Tapes [5:14]
8. Set-Up [5:32]
9. Caught [6:08]
10. Rick [5:54]
11. Finding Kim [5:40]
12. End Credits [13:38]

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